Dialogue with Jeremy McCarter AB '98
"The Dreamers Who Change the World"
Location: Latham & Watkins, 330 N. Wabash, Suite 2800, Chicago
Come along and help the Harvard Club of Chicago kick off its new season at this fascinating event. Jeremy McCarter will discuss the American idealists who fought for their vision of a better world in the WWI years, which is the subject of his latest book, Young Radicals. He will also address the way that stories change society in our own time, a subject of his best selling book, Hamilton: The Revolution.
Jeremy McCarter AB '98 is co-author, with Lin-Manuel Miranda, of the #1 New York Times bestseller Hamilton: The Revolution. He has written about culture and politics for New York, Newsweek, The New York Times, and Buzzfeed. He spent five years on the artistic staff of the Public Theater in New York.
Bring along your own copy of Young Radicals for Jeremy to sign.
COST: HCC Regular members and their guests: $25/person
Non-members of HCC: $45/person
Crimson Passport and Crimson Passport & Guest Members: Free
ADVANCE REGISTRATION REQUIRED, NO WALK-INS (DUE TO BUILDING SECURITY).
NOTE: You will be required to show a photo ID in order to gain access to the building.
Reservations will be held at the door.
Thursday, 09/28/17 at 5:30pm - 7:30pm | iCal
Latham & Watkins
330 N. Wabash Suite 2800
Chicago, IL 60611 USA
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